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Martinique - Municipal Flags

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I was lucky enough to have a honeymoon in september in Martinique. We visited almost every city and village in the island, and saw local flags only in Fort-de-France and Saint-Pierre.
Olivier Touzeau, 20 November 2001


Logo from

Fort-de-France, main city (more than 100.000 inh.) and "chef-lieu" of Martinique uses a logo on white field. It is flown near the biggest place of the city, the "place de la Savane", along with many Caribbean flags (Haiti, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Saint-Lucia, Dominica...), a French and a european one, if I remember well, and a "Welcome flag" which is white with the word "BIENVENUE" and the border of which is made of Caribbean states flags. You can see a part of it on the my photo, behind the flag of Fort-de-France. The logo of Fort de France may be found on its website (appears the same on the flag, except the "République Française" on the top).
Olivier Touzeau, 20 November 2001


Coat of Arms from

In Saint-Pierre (5,000 inh (30,000 before the eruption of the Montagne Pelee in 1902) , there is a flag flown near the city hall. It is obviously was white field with a blue coat of arms as can be seen in my photo.
The coat of arms of Saint-Pierre is azure with golden caduceus (?). You can find it at
Olivier Touzeau, 20 November 2001